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Category: July 2014

Well on our way and looking good

Well on our way and looking good

Maliba Construction Progress The past few months have seen a huge amount of hard work going into the construction of our new building. The staff have taken extra care to ensure that the construction does not create a disturbance for our guests, ensuring those visiting Maliba experience the lodge as peacefully as imagined. The building is looking good and attention is beginning to turn upwards while we watch with much anticipation and excitement as the new roof forms. Pole by pole, the form is beginning…

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Tourism projects in Lesotho seek investors

Tourism projects in Lesotho seek investors

  Tourism projects in Lesotho seek investors Boundless Southern Africa is looking for investors for multi-million tourism projects located in a conservation area. Maloti Drakensberg Transfrontier Conservation Area, which is spans parts of South Africa and Lesotho has six tourism projects that require funding. These are, Sehlabathebe National Park Mountain Resort, Sehlabathebe National Park Environmental Education Centre, Bokong Nature Reserve, Mohale Village, Afri-Ski Leisure Kingdom and Katse Tourist Village.

The Mountain Kingdom Awaits

The Mountain Kingdom Awaits

Lesotho Ultra Trail Set in the heart of the Maluti Mountain Range of north-eastern Lesotho lies a unique ultra distance footrace, a new challenge awaiting those seeking to push their boundaries and exceed their expectations of what it’s like to be a skyrunner. 

Japan demand fuels expansion for Lesotho trout farm

Japan demand fuels expansion for Lesotho trout farm

The idea of Japanese consumers eating sushi exported from a tiny African country with no coastline may sound improbable, but the kingdom of Lesotho is pulling it off. Highlands Trout, based in Lesotho produces trout – or river salmon to the Japanese market – in reservoirs created by the Katse and Mohale Dams. Following a feasibility study in 2008 and mobilizing in 2009, the company now has a five-year operating license and plans to increase production volumes for exports to Japan.

Lesotho: The road less cycled

Lesotho: The road less cycled

The gruelling task of pushing our loaded bicycles up mountain pass after mountain pass left my cycle-virgin thighs trembling and sore. Despite the chilly autumn winds of the Mountain Kingdom, sweat dripped off my nose and chin and I feared my racing heart might beat right out of my chest. But I couldn’t stop, I was following adventurer Sean Fraenkel (Visit Sean’s Barking Mad website) and he set the pace. While I was an untrained amateur cyclist, Sean had already…

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